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Light the Night Walk is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's walk to build awareness of blood cancers as well as raise money for research and support of patients and their families. It is held in over 200 communities in North America.

Walkers carry illuminated lanterns of different colors. White lanterns are carried by survivors, red by supporters, and gold lanterns are carried by those walking in memory of a loved one they lost.

Children, adults, and seniors all take part in the annual evening walk. The walkers all enjoy a leisurely pace, as there are no fitness requirements to participate. Usually, it is completed in under an hour.

Funds raised by participants support the Society's mission: cure leukemialymphomaHodgkin's lymphoma and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. 

You can join


and create your own team to raise funds for the local Light the Night walk here in Nashville or search the LLS website to find a local chapter near you. 

We dedicate our walk in memory of Maddie Scruggs, who lost her battle with leukemia at the age of 5. 

November 1, 2020  Nissan Stadium

Walking in memory of Maddie Scruggs

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